Like me, you might find inspiration in some of the stories shared at the annual celebration of the Housing Development Consortium, an umbrella group of nearly 140 governments, nonprofits and businesses.

Heroin addiction drove Brandon Getz to Seattle. Job Pangilinan came looking for a more secure and meaningful life. Megan Espinoza wanted to use the skills she’d acquired working in Uganda.

They all found what they needed here, helping people get and keep a roof over their heads. Whatever cause you embrace, or trial you are dealing with, you might find inspiration in the three very different stories they told Tuesday at the annual celebration of the Housing Development Consortium, an umbrella group of nearly 140 governments, nonprofits and businesses that play a role in King County housing.

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